The Blogging Loop.
Goes on forever and ever!
There's one thing for certain and another thing for sure - if I am to make this blogging adventure work, I must work at it. There have been a few days when I did not log on and do any work. Then there are days when I log on with a few tasks in mind that I need to complete, but I find there's something different I need to do.
I will encourage anyone to log on as much as possible, because even if you think you just checked your website yesterday and you can't think of anything that you need to do, once you log on there will be something that grabs your attention. This is has been my story ever since I became a Premium member a few weeks ago.
Today I logged on to WA just to check my email. Instead, I clicked on the link to one of my first websites ,https://billiondollarmomma.com/ and I thought, "Oh Goodness I forgot to change my theme to something less bland" (after I learned how to do this when I became a Premium member).
I appreciate anyone who has clicked on my site! I promise I will be reviewing themes so that I can change the theme to one that has a bit more appeal to match my domain name. While I have created a website, I am in the beginning stages of learning how to blog correctly, so my website keeps changing the more I learn.
It just so happens that I learned how to add more themes while reading through another members question asking just how this is to be done. Another WA member provided the answer.
I remember reading a question from a WA member asking if he or she should focus on just one website starting out. In my personal option, I believe that is a wonderful idea. It takes time and practice to "perfect" a website - and get it to the point where it is ready to be further modified!
Here at WA, blogging is proving itself to be its own entity! It is definitely a thriving, "living" thing that requires my time and my attention on a consistent basis. The more I give to it, the more it gives back to me in terms of satisfaction (and money one day soon!); and the more confident I become to continue on as an educated blogger.
When I am not logged on to WA, I admit that I envision this world of interaction and learning that is going on in cyberspace among WA members - without me! I think There's a WA party going on - what am I missing?
Does anyone else feel this longing to get back to WA when they are not logged in?
How does WA draw you in?